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Seniors pull of their senior prank in the front parking lot by having a "function" with root beer, music, and red cups.

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A group of freshman football players after orientation.

Link Crew organizes an orientation for 450 new students

While most students were squeezing the last drops of fun from summer, the incoming freshman and transfer students were already roaming the halls, familiarizing themselves with what’s to come on the 20th. Orientation Day gathered the 450-strong freshman class and transfer students in the big gym with food and, with the help of the Link […]

Desk Jams

Desk Jams: Edition 3 – Sophie Keaney

Desk Jams, edition 3, presents Sophie Keaney, sophomore, who sings and plays both the violin and piano.

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Class of 2014 runs over the hill

The crowd cheered as the Class of 2014′s flag was raised over the amphitheater on Thursday, June 12, as the class graduated from Redwood High School. Christina Canady, Geneva Gondak, Sasha Boussina, Mike Hendrickson, Matt Cummings and valedictorian Kate Anderson gave speeches to memorialize their high school experiences. Thomas Cline and Sarah Ogden introduced the […]

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Prep of the Year: Chace Schornstein

As the whistle blew signifying the end of the MCAL semifinals, midfielder Chace Schornstein, looked up at the scoreboard where in red lights the score was blaring: Visitor – 1, Home – 0. Schornstein’s four-year varsity MCAL career was over in what she described as the blink of an eye. “It was just last year […]

Senior Ariella Rosenthal drives to the basket against a strong Justin Siena defense. Rosenthal scored 14 ppg on her way to MCAL Player of the Year.

Prep of the Year: Ariella Rosenthal

In the midst of a nerve-wracking MCAL championship game against Justin Siena, varsity girls’ basketball captain Ariella Rosenthal lowered her shoulders down, took her first dribble, and flew past defenders on her way to the basket. The move is not a strange one for Rosenthal, a four-year varsity basketball and lacrosse athlete. She has called […]

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Link Crew organizes an orientation for 450 new students

While most students were squeezing the last drops of fun from summer, the incoming freshman and transfer students were already roaming the halls, familiarizing themselves with what’s to come on the 20th. Orientation Day gathered the 450-strong freshman class and transfer students in the big gym with food and, with the help of the Link […]

Sports


Lacrosse players earn all-league awards

The all-league honors for boys’ and girls’ varsity lacrosse were announced this week, with senior Liam Bourke winning the MCAL player of the year award, the first Redwood player to win the award since Tyler Simmons in 2009. Bourke was also recently named to the U.S Lacrosse All-American team by the NorCal chapter. He will […]

Opinion


A case against affirmative action

There is a wide disparity in the average level of education between members of different races.   The theory goes that by closing this gap, the uneven distribution of wealth among different races can be eliminated as well. Affirmative action is one of the flagship policies instilled to bridge this gap. It is the development of […]

Review


Up all night: Best places to grab a bite after hours

As beloved Denny’s Diner closes its doors, many students are left without a place to go to satisfy their late night cravings, due to the lack of restaurants that are open 24 hours. The Redwood Bark searched Marin for alternative options to fill the hole in our hearts that was once occupied by Denny’s. While […]